Parade (Musical) @ Writers Workshop

Innovative, daring, and filled with soaring music, Parade is a moving love story, a riveting murder mystery, a gripping courtroom drama and a powerful exploration of naïveté facing up to ignorance and prejudice.

PLATO Summer 2017 Course Schedule Now Available

PLATO will offer eleven courses during the summer, including new courses on the extinction of the woolly mammoth and the stresses caused by over-population. 

Frank Lloyd Wright Homes & Villa Terrace Arts Museum

June 14: Visit two amazing Milwaukee sites – the Frank Lloyd Wright Model B1 homes and the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum. Lunch will be at the Red Lion Pub which specializes in British pub fare.


June Walks in Dane County

Walks will be about 2.5 miles long and lead by a person knowledgeable about each park.

Diversity Committee's New Bibliography

The PLATO Diversity Committee's second Bibliography features Latinx in America.  The featured PBS documentary  and companion book by Ray Suarez is titled -  Latino Americans  The 500-year Legacy that Shaped a Nation.

The companion book was written by Ray Suarez.

Gauguin Exhibit @ Art Institute of Chicago

July 18: This is the first exhibit to delve into Gauguin's radical experiments in the applied arts, underscoring his highly personal achievements as a sculptor, ceramist, printmaker, and decorator.


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